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Some stars have GOP stripes (Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Britney Spears, Ted Nugent, Steve Tyler)
Phila Inquirer ^ | Aug. 12, 2004 | Beth Gillin

Posted on 08/12/2004 2:29:19 AM PDT by Liz

The Dems may have the Boss and Babs, but Bush has his celebrity backers, too. Expect to see some in the spotlights at the Republican convention.

Just because Republicans deride Hollywood as an out-of-touch bastion of liberalism and perverted values doesn't mean they don't like rubbing elbows with celebrities.

So, yes, there will be stars when the GOP convenes in New York starting Aug. 30. They may not have the wattage of Ben Affleck, Natalie Portman or Michael Moore, to name a few who roamed the convention floor with the Democrats in Boston last month. But, as the GOP showed when it invited wrestler-turned-actor The Rock to address its 2000 convention, Republican entertainment no longer means safe and boring.

Caustic comedian Dennis Miller and actress Angie Harmon are expected to wing in from Los Angeles to mingle with delegates at Madison Square Garden. Headliners, according to CNN, will include country stars Sara Evans and Lee Ann Womack, with blues-rocker Jonny Lang and Texas alt-rock band Dexter Freebish joining more established acts the Gatlin Brothers and Blind Boys of Alabama.

The Republicans will even showcase an action star in prime time, as California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger takes the podium on Night Two.

Why does this matter? "Celebrities are interesting, and voters care about them," said Alan Schroeder, author of Celebrity-in-Chief: How Show Business Took Over the White House.

Last year a CBS News poll found that a majority of Americans believe celebrities "can offer a new perspective on political issues."

Politicians like them because "they've already been certified as popular by audiences, and candidates can tap into that," said Schroeder, a journalism professor at Northeastern University and former TV producer. "For someone like John Kerry, who doesn't have a lot of star presence himself, hanging around with them is a way to pick up some stardust."

Likewise, it wouldn't hurt President Bush if actor Tony Sirico, who plays mobster Paulie Walnuts on The Sopranos, stops by the Garden during the GOP convention. "I am a far-to-the-right Republican," Sirico declared last month at a fund-raising party on Long Island.

Other actors who've been in Bush's corner include Freddie Prinze Jr., Jason Priestley, Bo Derek, Shannen Doherty, Kelsey Grammer and bohemian right-winger Vincent Gallo, who once called left-wing author and radio talker Al Franken a "commie crawfish."

True, Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt and the Dixie Chicks are raising money for Kerry with a series of highly publicized concerts. No such venture has been planned for Bush.

But Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Britney Spears, Ted Nugent, and Steve Tyler of Aerosmith are fans of the President. So is punk-rock guitarist Johnny Ramone of the Ramones, who urges musician pals to donate to Bush's campaign. "I try to make a dent in people when I can," he said in a March interview with the Washington Times. "I figure people drift toward liberalism at a young age, and I always hope that they change when they see how the world really is."

The merger of politics and entertainment is nothing new, said Schroeder. John F. Kennedy kept company with the Rat Pack, and Franklin D. Roosevelt cozied up to the top actors of his day. "They not only campaigned for him but raised money for his charity, the March of Dimes," Schroeder said. (Roosevelt's White House guests included Rosalind Russell, Veronica Lake, Gene Kelly and Dorothy Lamour.)

"It's nice for a candidate to get publicity and face time, but it's really about the money the entertainment community can raise," Schroeder said. "In a year like this, when the election is so close, that could make the difference."

Hollywood gives $7 to Democrats for every $3 to Republicans, reports the Hill, a Washington newspaper for political insiders. The Federal Election Commission's July 5 report shows the TV, movie and music industries donated $17.5 million to federal candidates and political parties in the current election cycle. Sixty-six percent of contributions went to Democrats and 34 percent to Republicans, according to a nonprofit research group, the Center for Responsive Politics (www. opensecrets.org).

"The entertainment industry is led and driven by liberal Democrats, but the majority of us are mainstream people with traditional values," said comedian Dale Davidson, who heads the Las Vegas chapter of Entertainers for Bush.

In Hollywood, conservatives suggest, Republicanism is the sin that dares not speak its name.

"There's a lot of pressure in the film and recording industries for people to fall in line," Davidson said. "If you're not a liberal, you keep your mouth shut if you want to work."

A few celebrities, including Wayne Newton and Bruce Willis, are outspoken conservatives, said Davidson, but most with similar views are in the closet.

"Coming out in this industry has been very difficult to do," said actor Mark Basil Vafiades, president of the Hollywood Congress of Republicans. "Nobody says anything for fear of being ridiculed."

John Rhys-Davies, who played Gimli the dwarf in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, said recently, "You introduce a Republican to another in Hollywood, it's like a meeting between two Christians in Caligula's Rome."

President Bush found out just how uncool it was to be a Republican while planning for his 2001 swearing-in festivities, as reams of A-list performers declined invitations to perform.

"Booking entertainment for a Republican inaugural is like trying to push a wet mattress up a spiral staircase," a Hollywood publicist noted at the time.

Ricky Martin swiveled in at the last minute to save the day. Soon after, a White House task force was formed to ferret out GOP celebrities and dragoon them into performing at state dinners.

Among the finds was ditzy conservative Jessica Simpson, who's become a frequent White House visitor. Upon being introduced in March to Gale Norton, secretary of the interior, Simpson gushed, "I love what you've done to the place."

Since the Inaugural celebrity-shortage scare, Bush has been publicly endorsed by actors Dennis Hopper, Lara Flynn Boyle and Ron Silver, and has apparently caused a Baldwin brother to defect.

Candidate Kerry has two Baldwins, Alec and William, in his camp. Both were at the Democratic convention, where Alec railed that the GOP had been "hijacked by fundamentalistic wackos."

Meanwhile, Stephen, the youngest Baldwin, who became a born-again Christian after 9/11, is touring the country promoting his movie about God and skateboarding, while urging young evangelicals to register and hinting they should vote for Bush.

MTV has its Rock the Vote campaign; the Christian right has Redeem the Vote, promoted by the thriving Christian music industry at festivals with names like Lamb Jam, Jamming for Jesus, and Godstock.

In Hollywood, 9/11 and the antiwar protests that followed influenced conservatives to speak out, said actor Vafiades, and Schwarzenegger's election further emboldened them.

For years conservatives had sought others of their kind at the Wednesday Morning Club, a policy discussion group that has met since 1992 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Actor Robert Duvall is on the steering committee, and speakers have included Newt Gingrich and then-Texas-Gov. Bush.

Now other groups are springing up as well.

Actor Robert Davi belongs to one that has grown from eight to a hundred members in a year. Another group promises anonymity and invites people to gather via last-minute e-mail invitations, Vafiades said.

Entertainers for Bush, a grass-roots group that started last month in Maryland, has members from 18 states.

And high-powered executives from Disney, News Corp., Time Warner, Univision and Universal formed a group they call Entertaining Republicans, Variety reports, whose purpose is to boost GOP influence in Tinseltown.

"There are a lot of conservative entertainers out there," said Vafiades. "We just haven't been organized before."

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Contact staff writer Beth Gillin at 215-854-2917 or bgillin@phillynews.com.


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Caustic comedian Dennis Miller and actress Angie Harmon are expected to wing in from Los Angeles to mingle with delegates at Madison Square Garden. Headliners, according to CNN, will include country stars Sara Evans and Lee Ann Womack, with blues-rocker Jonny Lang and Texas alt-rock band Dexter Freebish joining more established acts the Gatlin
1 posted on 08/12/2004 2:29:19 AM PDT by Liz
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To: Liz

>>Angie Harmon

Nice.


2 posted on 08/12/2004 2:35:55 AM PDT by Keith in Iowa (Michael Moore has made "documentary" a 1-word oxymoron.)
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To: Liz

There's Jerry Doyle... sure, he's a talk show host... but he used to be in Babylon 5. Don't ask me what role. I don't have a clue.


3 posted on 08/12/2004 2:36:36 AM PDT by coconutt2000
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To: Liz
Steven Tyler, I'm shocked!

And Stephen Baldwin, he's probably been banished from the family... Maybe that's good... That's a tough row to hoe...
4 posted on 08/12/2004 2:36:45 AM PDT by DB (©)
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To: Liz

Let the libs have the Boss and Dave Matthews - we got the Blind Boys of Alabama! They rock harder than all the Vote for Change bands put together.


5 posted on 08/12/2004 2:38:19 AM PDT by GodBlessRonaldReagan (Count Petofi will not be denied!)
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To: coconutt2000

Michael Garibaldi, security chief, Babylon 5.


6 posted on 08/12/2004 2:40:11 AM PDT by DB (©)
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To: DB

Thanks. He should move to New York and run against Hillary for the Senate.


7 posted on 08/12/2004 2:43:16 AM PDT by coconutt2000
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To: DB

There are a few others in Hollywood that are GOP but are afraid to come out.

They try to walk a tightrope and call themselves Libertarians, like Kurt Russell.. But I definently think he's a Bush vote in 04.


8 posted on 08/12/2004 2:43:53 AM PDT by Josh in PA
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To: Keith in Iowa

9 posted on 08/12/2004 2:45:39 AM PDT by Liz
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To: Liz
John Rhys-Davies, who played Gimli the dwarf in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, said recently, "You introduce a Republican to another in Hollywood, it's like a meeting between two Christians in Caligula's Rome."

ROFL!!!

10 posted on 08/12/2004 2:46:26 AM PDT by Cincinatus (Omnia relinquit servare Republicam)
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To: Liz

We've got Brandon and Brenda, but what about the resident cool-guy rebel Dylan McKay??


11 posted on 08/12/2004 2:47:23 AM PDT by counterpunch (The CouNTeRPuNcH Collection - www.counterpunch.us)
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To: DB

I thought there was something about steven tyler I really liked besides his rock'n'roll!!!


12 posted on 08/12/2004 2:53:03 AM PDT by television is just wrong
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To: Keith in Iowa

>>Angie Harmon Nice.





Yep if she would just get that frog out of her throat.


13 posted on 08/12/2004 2:54:55 AM PDT by WKB (3! ~ Psa. 12 8 The wicked freely strut about when what is vile is honored among men.")
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To: Liz

Don't forget mainstays like Bo Derek, Tom Seleck, and Kelsey Grammer as well.


14 posted on 08/12/2004 2:55:53 AM PDT by Wondervixen (Ask for her by name--Accept no substitutes!)
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To: Cincinatus

I hear Repubs use secret signals and code words to identify each other.


15 posted on 08/12/2004 2:56:55 AM PDT by Liz
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To: Wondervixen

Drew Carey, too.


16 posted on 08/12/2004 2:57:36 AM PDT by Liz
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To: DB

Nice to see not all the Baldwins are as whacked out as Alec.


17 posted on 08/12/2004 2:58:50 AM PDT by Liz
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To: GodBlessRonaldReagan

Ooooooo! Blind Boys are the greatest! We just bought 3 more of their CDs!

We even tried to get to see them when they were appearing in our neck of the woods, but we couldn't quite work it out.

Not to be catty or anything (OK, meow) why the heck is Alec Baldwin still around? I thought we bought him a ticket to France....


18 posted on 08/12/2004 2:59:36 AM PDT by Watery Tart (His name was Al. Al Dente. Food critic for the Chronicle….)
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To: Liz

Wonder why Mel Gibson's name did not appear in the article? I thought for sure he was a conservative.


19 posted on 08/12/2004 3:00:05 AM PDT by wallace144
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To: Liz

Skynyrd's come a long way, if memory serves, (that's questionable about the 70's) I seem to remember that they supported Carter.


20 posted on 08/12/2004 3:02:21 AM PDT by orlop9
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To: Liz
But Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Britney Spears, Ted Nugent, and Steve Tyler of Aerosmith are fans of the President. So is punk-rock guitarist Johnny Ramone of the Ramones, who urges musician pals to donate to Bush's campaign. "I try to make a dent in people when I can," he said in a March interview with the Washington Times. "I figure people drift toward liberalism at a young age, and I always hope that they change when they see how the world really is."

Two other entertainers, both favorites of mine (and both publicly, aggressively pro-Bush): Rock gawd GENE SIMMONS --

"We need to do this not only in Iraq, but in Somalia, in Sudan, anywhere there’s Al-Queda. Anybody who believes that we should just stay in America is wrong. The roaches multiply in the kitchen. This idea that if you stay in the bedroom, everything will be okay doesn’t work, because roaches multiply. You have to get an exterminator. Exterminators are not fun guys to be around, because what they are there to do is to get rid of the roaches. So they are not popular guys. When I look at George Bush, he’s not well loved. People around the world don’t like this guy, but he’s got to stay, because he’s an exterminator. That’s what he does."

... and Mystery Science Theatre 3000 good guy MICHAEL J. NELSON.

"I read the National Review cover to cover.  Check in at Townhall.com every day.  Check the Washington Times daily.  Listen to Dennis Prager and Michael Medved on a regular basis.  Read Mark Steyn with regularity.  Read the Weekly Standard.  So, yes, I do vote Republican.  As the pundit Hugh Hewitt has observed, there are indeed two Americas: Serious America and Silly America.  The Democrats seem bent on turning this into Silly America, so I stick with those who wish this to remain Serious America."

21 posted on 08/12/2004 3:09:52 AM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (I feel more and more like a revolted Charlton Heston, witnessing ape society for the very first time)
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To: Liz

>>>"For someone like John Kerry, who doesn't have a lot of star presence himself, hanging around with them is a way to pick up some stardust."<<<

Ouch!


22 posted on 08/12/2004 3:18:42 AM PDT by stockpirate (Kerry and The Taxocrates must be defeated! "Kerry wasn't in Cambodia before he was in Cambodia.")
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To: TigersEye; Liz
John has a long mustache.
23 posted on 08/12/2004 3:19:42 AM PDT by .30Carbine
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To: KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle
Simmons has always struck me as a Romeo / pig

I caught him on Ryan Seacrest recently (my kids watch it) and in between piggishly alluding to sexual acts / he is first and foremost a friend of Israel - and I beleive maybe even a Jew - hence his pro Bush stance.

24 posted on 08/12/2004 3:20:05 AM PDT by Revelation 911
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To: KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle

I guess I didn't realize Gene Simmons was such a deep thinker!


25 posted on 08/12/2004 3:25:07 AM PDT by Cricket24
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To: Revelation 911

Gene Simmons' birth name is Chaim Witz. He was born in Haifa, Israel and once considered becoming a rabbi.


26 posted on 08/12/2004 3:26:12 AM PDT by wallace144
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To: Liz

I'd like to see some proof of the Britney and Steven Tyler voting Bush this year. Tyler being from Boston would be a shoo-in to vote Kerry imo and he usually has a pretty liberal mouth. Britney although from the south has too many liberal friends and is close with Madonna who is very much anti-Bush.

I will hold out on those 2 until further evidence suggests otherwise.


27 posted on 08/12/2004 3:31:06 AM PDT by My Favorite Headache
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To: wallace144; Cricket24
More from Gene: "I am passionate about America. It has given me (and in my estimation, the world) everything I ever wanted... including the right to disagree, without winding up in a can of dog food. And, because of my passionate love of America, warts and all, I will stand up and defend her at the drop of a hat. [...] I wasn't born here. But, I have a love for this country and its people that knows no bounds. I will forever be grateful to America for going into World War II, when it had nothing to gain, in a country that was far away...and rescued my Mother from the Nazi German Concentration Camps.

"She is alive and I am alive because of America.

"And, if you have a problem with America, YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH ME."

28 posted on 08/12/2004 3:34:36 AM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle (I feel more and more like a revolted Charlton Heston, witnessing ape society for the very first time)
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To: Liz

Heather Locklear, Kathy Ireland, and Michael Gross should also be noted 'Pubbies.


29 posted on 08/12/2004 3:36:25 AM PDT by newzjunkey (Bill Jones will be *lucky* to get 33% of the vote!)
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To: Wondervixen

30 posted on 08/12/2004 3:36:48 AM PDT by Liz
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To: stockpirate
"No star presence? Natalie Portman praised me on Letterman's show, says
I have the perfect combination of compassion, intelligence, and composure."

"I love photos that make me look commanding and militaristic."

31 posted on 08/12/2004 3:40:45 AM PDT by Liz
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To: My Favorite Headache
Britney comes out swinging for Bush. It's been reported again and again that she's for Bush and none of her people have denied it. I couldn't find anything about Tyler.
32 posted on 08/12/2004 3:44:09 AM PDT by newzjunkey (Bill Jones will be *lucky* to get 33% of the vote!)
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To: newzjunkey
Michael J. Nelson (MST3K)

OUTSTANDING.

Michael Gross

The liberal Dad from Family Ties? No way.

33 posted on 08/12/2004 3:44:22 AM PDT by Jhensy
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To: Liz
John Rhys-Davies, who played Gimli the dwarf in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, said recently, "You introduce a Republican to another in Hollywood, it's like a meeting between two Christians in Caligula's Rome."

...Whew!... That says it all!

34 posted on 08/12/2004 3:45:18 AM PDT by Ladysmith (Morality anchored to the 'definitions' of man is not anchored at all. - Petronski)
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To: newzjunkey

I appreciate you digging that up. However,that was when the war was really in the early stages and pre-fahrenheit 9-11. I am curious to read something more recent.


35 posted on 08/12/2004 3:47:22 AM PDT by My Favorite Headache
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To: newzjunkey

Don't forget Patricia Heaton...


36 posted on 08/12/2004 3:50:19 AM PDT by mystery-ak (The most dangerous place in the world...between Moore and Ronstadt in the buffet line!)
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To: Liz


"There's a lot of pressure in the film and recording industries for people to fall in line," Davidson said. "If you're not a liberal, you keep your mouth shut if you want to work."
isn't this McCarthiesm...oh wait it's facism when the left does it.


37 posted on 08/12/2004 4:00:45 AM PDT by longfellow (You're either with US or from Hollywood! Ultimateamerican.com)
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To: Keith in Iowa

She was great on Law and Order


38 posted on 08/12/2004 4:02:42 AM PDT by Belisaurius ("Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, Ted" - Joseph Kennedy 1958)
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To: Liz
Why does this matter? "Celebrities are interesting, and voters care about them," said Alan Schroeder, author of Celebrity-in-Chief: How Show Business Took Over the White House.

Celebrity-in-Chief? That would be the previous administration, Mr. Schroeder. You remember The Big Lug, the guy who rented the Lincoln Bedroom to his Hollywood buds? The guy who had a comment about every trivial news item, every day? The guy who, if he could have, would have cut the ribbon at every supermarket and mall opening in the US of A? That Celebrity-in-Chief?

39 posted on 08/12/2004 4:12:31 AM PDT by metesky ("Brethren, leave us go amongst them." Rev. Capt. Samuel Johnston Clayton - Ward Bond- The Searchers)
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To: Belisaurius

Also: Fred Thompson, Bruce Boxtlietner (Sp?) (Babylon 5) my main man CLINT EASTWOOD, Charlton Heston (Pause) Bruce Willis, and Sylvester Stallone. And I think Sarah Michelle Geller is a pubbie babe, too.


40 posted on 08/12/2004 4:18:49 AM PDT by WestVirginiaRebel (I'll put George W. Bush's four years in office over Kerry's four months in Vietnam any time!)
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To: Liz

Steven Tyler! Cool. Although TaRAYza looks a bit like him.


41 posted on 08/12/2004 4:21:23 AM PDT by rintense (Results matter.)
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To: counterpunch
We've got Brandon and Brenda, but what about the resident cool-guy rebel Dylan McKay??

His sister and her family live up the road from me (really they do). I'll have to swing over and ask. ;-)

42 posted on 08/12/2004 4:23:27 AM PDT by Ghengis
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To: Cincinatus

I would have LOVED to see Davies speak at the convention. I would also have liked to see Dixie Carter speak.


43 posted on 08/12/2004 4:24:38 AM PDT by rintense (Results matter.)
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To: Liz
Last year a CBS News poll found that a majority of Americans believe celebrities "can offer a new perspective on political issues."

WTF?? Who are these people polling - crack addicts??
44 posted on 08/12/2004 4:25:57 AM PDT by reagan_fanatic (No animals have been hurt in the making of this tag line)
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To: Jhensy
"Michael Gross"

Playing around with all those nice weapons on Tremors must have convinced him.


45 posted on 08/12/2004 4:26:13 AM PDT by Rebelbase (Bush is Hell on liberals and terrorists.)
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To: Cricket24

Outside of his way liberal stance on sex, the man is a conservative guru. I believe some of his relatives were in Nazi concentration camps.


46 posted on 08/12/2004 4:26:43 AM PDT by rintense (Results matter.)
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To: Liz; qam1

Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears or that ugly cow lead singer for the Vichy Chicks? Hmmmm... that's a toughie. I can hardly choose.

qam1, this might be worth a Gen-X ping.


47 posted on 08/12/2004 4:29:28 AM PDT by GraniteStateConservative (...He had committed no crime against America so I did not bring him here...-- Worst.President.Ever.)
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To: DB

hhhmmmmmm...... I always wondered "Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?"

Does anyone know what talk show? Where? I never knew this.. His wife was Andrea Thompson who left acting to go work for CNN....


48 posted on 08/12/2004 4:35:43 AM PDT by FreeManWhoCan
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To: KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle; TomServo

That's awesome. But what does TV's Frank think of Bush?


49 posted on 08/12/2004 4:35:59 AM PDT by GraniteStateConservative (...He had committed no crime against America so I did not bring him here...-- Worst.President.Ever.)
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To: DB
Michael Garibaldi, security chief, Babylon 5.

A decidedly un PC character who would have no problem profiling suspects.

50 posted on 08/12/2004 4:36:37 AM PDT by AFreeBird (your mileage may vary)
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